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Saturday,- December 11 r 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

SQturday, December 11, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Buck
By ELLIOT LEGOW
No one will be seeing Fred
Taylor tearing down any back-
boards and ripping apart bas-
ketball hoops but Ohio State's
basketball coach is just as much
a competitor as his school's foot-
ball mentor.

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aige rs
strong favorites to again snare
the Big Ten title.
Already this fall the Buck-
eyes have rolled to three wins
over Utah State, Oregon, and
Georgia Tech and have accom-
plished those victories without-
super - shooting guard Allan
Hornyak.
Luke Witte, Ohio State's seven-
foot center has picked up the
slack in Hornyak's absence and
has averaged 20.3 in those three
wins with consistent totals of
20, 21, and 20 points. Witte has
had phendmenal accuracy in his
shooting, twice hitting over 75
per cent of his shots.
But Witte isn't the whole
Ohio offense, not by any
I means. The Bucks depend on a
solid team effort to win games
and they are getting that now
with eight players seeing regu-
lar action. Mark Minor and
Mark Wagar return as starting
forwards and their 1970-71
scoring averages of 7.0 and 6.5
are deceptive. Both can hit
when they have to and both are
solid defensive players.
But this year Minor and Wa-
gar are being forced to share
the forward' spots more with
junior Bob Seikmann and soph-
omore Wardell Jackson. Seik-
mann. although used exclusive-
ly in a reserve role last season
was the leading scoring forward
for the Buckeyes in conference
games. He averaged 7.7 points
in the Big Ten and 6.9 overall.
The only sophomore starting
for the Bucks is Dan Gerhard,
the 1970 high school player of
the year in Ohio and the lead-
ing scorer on last year's Baby
Bucks with a 20.8 per game
average. Gerhard has filled in
very well for Hornyak during
his bout with illness and pumo-
ed in 16 against Georgia Tech.
Dave Merchant. a fine ball-
handler and defensive player
holds down the other guard
spot where he performed ad-

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Big

mirably late last season when
Cleamons was injured. Gary
Repella, another sophomore is
the backup guard, and is dead-
ly outside shooter and good
without the ball.
Movement without the ball
has always been a trademark of
Taylor's well-disciplined teams
and the best Buckeye at getting
himself open is Hornyak.
In last year's showdown
match with Michigan for the
Big Ten title, Hornyak pump-

Ten c,
in 37 points to pace the Buck-
eyes. Hornyak averaged 22.5 for
his sophomore season and rank-,
ed fifth in Big Ten scoring sta-
tistics. but his most impres-
sive stat was his 48 per cent
shooting average.
The Buckeyes generally go with
an aggressive man on man de-
fense but can also field a tough
zone. Witte has the ability to
dominate the middle and Ohio's
depth helps in the corners and
at guard.

Matmen brace for donnybrook
with power-laden Ohio Bobcats

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Hornyak's absence hasn't hurt
the Buckeyes but they are eager
far his return. It's possible that
Hornyak will be ready for ac-
t on by next week end and he
should be back in top gear
when the Big Ten season gets
underway in January.
IfTaylor keeps his aggressive
defense and paterned offense
working and gets Hornyak back
soon. he may be able tosnake
that championship total eight
in fourteen years and get an-
other shot at the NCAA title.

By BOB McGINN

a chance. Obviously, he is unsure

"Ohio University is one of the of his charges in the upper
top ten wrestling teams in the weights.
country," said apprehensive Mich- Two matches in the early going
igan coach Rick Bay. look to be titanic confrontations.
"Michigan is one of the top ten At 134 Michigan's Rick Neff (2-
wrestling teams in the country." 0) will meet Ohio's Bob Mason,
praised Ohio coach Harry Houska. who edged Neff by a single point
Thus the stage is set for to- in last season's NCAA districts.
night's wrestling home opener for The other interesting match-
the Wolverines at 7:30 in Cris- up occurs at 142. Wolverine cap-
L'r Arena. Michigan, after split- tain Mark King, off to a disap-
ting two matches last week, would pointing 0-2 start, will seek re-
like nothing better than to defeat venge against rugged Greg Mor-
last year's Mid-American Confer- gan. King was pinned by ther
ence champion, the Bobcats of Bobcat in a startling upset a year

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Ohio University.
Tonight will mark the first
dual meet for Ohio this season.
The Bobcats have eight lettermen
r'turning from last year's edition
which finished 12th in the NCAA
Finals (Michigan was 14th).
Stockpd with veterans from top to
bottom. Bay termed them as be-
ing "much better than the Pitts-
bur'h squad we wrestled ear-
Hier."
Bay fppls his arannlers must
win the first six matches to win.
and four of the first six to have

ago and a victory here would
certainly inspire Michigan's upper
weights.
Opening the match will be
freshman Jim Brown (0-0-1) and
outstanding sophomore Bill Da-
vids (2-0) who face MAC run-
ner-ups Rich Panella and Joe Zy-
chowitz, respectively. These
matches could be crucial.
At 177, Bay will choose be-
tween John Ryan (1-1) and fresh-
man Dave Curby to face the Bob-
cats' best wrestler; Russ Johnson
He finished third in the NCAA's
last year as well as winning the
MAC title. It will be -a victory'
for Michigan if a pin is averted.
Either Ryan or Curby, whom-

ever doesn't wrestle at 177, could
get the starting nod over Therlon
Harris (0-2) at 190. Barry Weigh-
ard, - an excellent performer ac-
cording to his coach. will be going
for Ohio and must be favored.
Jerry Hubbard (2-0) should win
at 150 against Bob Tscholl. At
158 and at 167. winless Wolver-
ines Mitch Mendrygal and Roger
Ritzman will face mediocre oppo-
nents.
Should the match go down- to
the wire, and it probably will, the
Wolverines would appear to be in
good shape. Heavyweight Rick
Bolhouse (1-0-1) has wrestled the
deciding match in six dual meets
in his career and has never lost.
The Bobcats will counter with
Greg Voutryas or Russ Ranno,
both veterans.
Tonight's match marks dne of
the few times that Michigan has
scheduled a home encounter
which does not follow a basket-
ball game. Bay feels that Michi-
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following and does not have to
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